We are pleased to announce the 2nd School of Babywearing's babywearing consultancy course in Malaysia. Registration for the consultancy course is now open. The course will be conducted in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia for 3 full days from http://www.. The annual course is the second consultancy course conducted in Malaysia by the School of Babywearing. To register for the course, please inform us of your interest or at the website
schoolofbabywearing.com/ if you are interested. Course fees: RM2600 or £500. Early Birds: RM2340 or £450. 1) We are sharing with you an interview with Victoria when she was in Malaysia last year - http://www.bfm.my/school-of- babywearing.html 2) Feature Article in Harian Metro - http://www.hmetro.com.my/articles/Banyakfaedahkainpenggendong/Article
uk/author/victoriaward/ About the Course The Babywearing Consultancy training course is aimed at people who give one-to-one advice to parents about choosing slings and baby carriers. It qualifies you to work as a Babywearing Consultant and you will be awarded a Level 3 qualification accredited by OCN. It takes place on: , & Babywearing Consultancy The Babywearing Consultancy course is aimed at people who give (or would like to give) one-to-one advice to parents about choosing slings and baby carriers. It will qualify you to work as a Babywearing Consultant and you will be awarded a Level 3 qualification accredited by OCN. The course includes the Practical Skills of Babywearing module, alongside the Principles of Babywearing and Anatomy, Physiology and Development for Babywearing. You’ll attend a workshop that usually runs over three days (unless you have attended our <http://www. schoolofbabywearing.com/ training/babywearing-peer- support/> Peer Support course, in which case you’d join the course for the first evening session) and compete your qualification through home study and coursework.
By the end of your training, you should be able to: § Recognise the benefits of babywearing for babies/children and their parents § Show an awareness of the links between babywearing and attachment/’in arms’ parenting § Understand the needs of parents wishing to use a sling or baby carrier § Show an awareness and understanding of the negative ways in which people may respond to a baby or child being carried in a sling § Show an awareness of different ways of using a range of slings and baby carriers to meet individual needs § Assess the benefits and potential disadvantages of different types of slings and baby carriers for specific parents’ needs § Understand how slings should be worn safely and how the incorrect use of slings can affect the health and wellbeing of parent and baby/child § Understand the effects of pregnancy, birth and the postnatal period on the pelvic floor, the spine and the abdominal ‘core’ muscles § Understand the development of the baby’s hips and spine § Show an awareness of the ways in which babies communicate with their parents
Here's a throwback of babywearing course last year:
Featured in Harian Metro
Babywearing talk at Baby Expo in Midvalley
Come and join the course!